Former press secretary Sean Spicer is shopping his wares, telling Axios that being the frontman for the White House press briefings made him "one of the most popular guys in Ireland."
Spicer has opportunities around the globe, Axios reported, despite a relatively short-lived run as the chief spokesman for President Donald Trump.
"The U.S. press briefing had become part of their nightly viewing," Spicer told Axios. "It was a prime-time show from Europe to the Middle East. ... I'm one of the most popular guys in Ireland."
And TV appearances in Ireland and the U.K. are part of the opportunities Spicer is weighing, which also include the speaker's circuit.
Axios reported that Spicer rejected $20,000 to $30,000 per speech, thinking he could fetch more.
"His name I.D. is massive — he's obsessed with that," an agent told Axios. "He kept talking about how everyone stops him for selfies — that's one of his go-to lines."
© 2023 Newsmax. All rights reserved.